Scientists will use it to analyse the stress responses used by cells to solve genomic errors, and also to identify targets of therapeutic interest.
This afternoon the vice-president of the Generalitat de Catalunya (Autonomous Government of Catalonia), Josep-Lluís Carod-Rovira, has named Joan Massagué, adjunct director of the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) and director of the Cancer Biology and Genetics Programme at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), Ambassador of the BioRegion of Catalonia. Massagué has been awarded this recognition during the BioRegion Forum held in Barcelona today. The director of IRB Barcelona, Joan J. Guinovart, received the plaque on behalf of Massagué, who expressed his gratitude through a recorded message.
In the presentation of the Forum, the president of...
Researcher Ignasi Fita will explain the importance of the discovery of the structure and function of the ribosome.
The group headed by González joins the ONCOLOGICA project, managed by PharmaMar.
The researcher Teresa Tarragó receives 200,000 euros to study the cognitive deficit associated with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
As part of the 14th Science Week which is being held this year from the 13th to the 24th of November, the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) participates in a series of scientific dissemination activities organized by the Barcelona Science Park (PCB): open house sessions “Come and do an Express Doctorate!” and the cycle of scientific workshops “Engage in Research!”, in which those attending can learn about and perform some of the experiments currently being conducted at the laboratories.
A select group of prestigious theorists, scientists and artists are to participate in the “Creativity, Science and Art” Forum, which will be held on Wednesday 11 November at the Barcelona Science Park.
The Barcelona Science Park (PCB) and the IRB Barcelona are holding a career opportunities event for students and young researchers on Thursday, December 3.
The Israeli scientist and another seven scientists from prestigious international centres in biomedical research come together in a pioneering initiative in Spain.
Researchers at IRB Barcelona describe a new mechanism that allows the segregation of nuclear and mitochondrial genetic codes in Trypanosoma.